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The Foreigner Brevik trial Day 15: Promising minds. On day 15 of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, coroners Åshild Vege and Per Hoff-Olsen presented courtroom 250 with the autopsy reports of twelve more people. The youngest of the victims named, Wednesday, was fourteen, and the oldest just eighteen. Sondre Furseth Dale (17) from Haugesund was studying at Karmsund upper secondary school. He planned to study engineering and work in the oil industry. He was well known in local politics and played in three rock bands. His body was found at the water's edge below the rock wall between the areas known as Kjærlighetsstien and Nakenodden. He had been shot four times and died of bullet wounds to the chest.

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Brevik trial Day 15: Promising minds

Published on Thursday, 10th May, 2012 at 08:43 under the news category, by Ben McPherson.

On day 15 of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, coroners Åshild Vege and Per Hoff-Olsen presented courtroom 250 with the autopsy reports of twelve more people. The youngest of the victims named, Wednesday, was fourteen, and the oldest just eighteen.



Sondre Furseth Dale (17) from Haugesund was studying at Karmsund upper secondary school. He planned to study engineering and work in the oil industry. He was well known in local politics and played in three rock bands.

His body was found at the water's edge below the rock wall between the areas known as Kjærlighetsstien and Nakenodden. He had been shot four times and died of bullet wounds to the chest.

Simon Sæbø (18) from Sanangen in Troms graduated from Sjøvegan upper secondary school in 2011. He was both head of the student council and the graduation year president.

Sæbo was the youngest person to take part in the Labour Party’s national assembly in 2009. His body was found by the rock wall. He had been shot twice and died from bullet wounds to the chest.

Modupe Ellen Awoyemi (15) was about to start at Drammen upper secondary school. She sang in Bragernes Church's youth choir. Awoyemi planned to study law at university and was already trying to decide which one she wanted to go to.

Her body was found on the upper slope of the rock wall. She had been shot four times and died of bullet wounds to the neck and back.

Sharidyn Meegan Ngahiwi Svebakk-Bøhn (14) from Drammen, also known as Sissy, turned 14 two days before she travelled to Utøya. She was the youngest victim of the massacre on 22nd July, and was a pupil at Marienlyst School.

She was due to be confirmed the weekend of the shooting. Her body was found in the area by the rock wall. She had been shot twice and died of bullet wounds to the chest.

Marianne Sandvik (16) from Stavanger was about to begin Health and Social Care at Jåttå upper secondary school in the autumn of 2011. She had been an active and popular Labour Party youth movement (AUF) member for around six months.

She had been shot at least once in the abdomen and died from that wound. Her body was found by the rock wall.

Gizem Dogan (17) from Trondheim was about to begin studying drama at Byåsen school. Dogan had been a member of Trondheim AUF for two years and was a committee member. Her body was found in the woods to the east of the school building. She had been shot twice and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Johannes Buø (14) was originally from Mandal but had lived the last three years of his life in Longyearbyen on the island of Svalbard with his family.

He had made his mark in Svalbard AUF, in which he was a committee member, and was a member of the international peace organisation Children's International Summer Villages.

His body was found in the woods to the east of the school building. He had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head and chest.

Even Flugstad Malmedal (18) was a long-time AUF member and a youth leader in the Christian youth group Ynglingen. He was also active as a keeper, referee and trainer in Varde Sports Club. His body was found at the water's edge in the area called Stoltenberget. He had been shot once, and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Syvert Knudsen (17) from Lyngdal had just finished his second year at Mandal upper secondary school and was planning to become a cook. He was secretary of Mandal AUF, founder of Lygndal AUF, and was a lover of food and music. His body was found at Stoltenberget.

He had been shot three times and died from bullet wounds to the head and chest.

Synne Røyneland (18) from Oslo was about to start her final year at Bjerke upper secondary school. She had only recently joined AUF but had quickly found her feet there, known for the strength of her opinions and the liveliness of her mind. Her body was found partly submerged at the water's edge near Stoltenberget.

She had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Torjus Jakobsen Blattmann (17) was a committee member of Kristiansand AUF. He had taken work experience at Hellinga kindergarten and wanted to become a children's and youth worker.

Blattmann's father, Trond Henry Blattman, is leader of the 22nd July support group. Torjus’ body was found in the Bolshevika area of the island. He had been shot once in the head and died from that wound.

Ingrid Berg Heggelund (18) had just graduated from Ås upper secondary school, and was planning to study social sciences.

She was described by schoolmates as a mature girl of great integrity. Her body was found in the area of the island called Bolsjevika. She had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head and throat area as well as to the chest and abdomen.



Published on Thursday, 10th May, 2012 at 08:43 under the news category, by Ben McPherson.

This post has the following tags: andersbehringbreivik, breiviktrialoslo, oslodistrictcourt, utoeyashootings, utoya.





  
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